Three-day Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Workshop

Group photo of the participants and resource person

Department of health successfully concluded its three-day workshop on SBCC content development, creative briefs and material testing for Hospital administrators and staff nurses.

The workshop was organized at Tibetan Reception Centre from 19th June to 21st July. Over 14 participants from 14 Tibetan settlements including hospital administrators and staff nurses from Bylakuppe, Hunsur, Odisha, Delhi, Dekyiling, Bir, Dhundupling, Mainpat, Dalhousie, Shimla, Mundgod, Kollegal and Ladakh. DoH deputy secretaries and five other staff members also took part in the workshop.

The workshop extensively covered some important topics including Situational analysis, Audience analysis, and basic content creation and paper presentation from the participants. This workshop is basically for training of health worker to develop and initiate an audience oriented posters, brochures and pamphlets based on need of its community. Public health consultants to DoH Mr Vikas and Miss Noor were the key speaker during the workshop.

During the final day of the workshop, Health Secretary Mr Tsegyal Dranyi gave on closing remarks of the workshop. In his remarks, he outlined the importance of health workers and its task in Tibetan community. He also focused on the SBCC program and role of health workers in it.